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Baylor Athletics announces fundraising effort to support mental health initiatives - Baylor University Athletics

Baylor Athletics announces fundraising effort to support mental health initiatives – Baylor University Athletics

WACO, TX – Baylor University today announced the public launch of an effort to create philanthropic support focused on growing mental health services for Baylor student-athletes. The launch comes with a donation from Jarred and Kay Nan Sloan of Houston supporting Baylor Athletics and Athletics Mental Health Services (AMHS) funding, which ensures Baylor student-athletes have …

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Attorney Robin Cohen's take on Baylor University's COVID business interruption coverage wins

Attorney Robin Cohen’s take on Baylor University’s COVID business interruption coverage wins

Many businesses are hoping to get coverage for pandemic-related business interruptions. The decisions begin to reach the jury. Baylor College of Medicine scored a victory late this month when a Texas jury returned the college a $12 million verdict, finding that Baylor’s losses from the COVID-19 pandemic are covered by its commercial property insurance policies. …

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Reflections from a Clinical Ethics Intern - Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network

Reflections from a Clinical Ethics Intern – Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network

This is the fourth in an ongoing series by Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy summer interns, undergraduate and graduate students interested in emerging ethical issues. “How to become a clinical ethicist” is a phrase I’ve Googled more times than I’m willing to admit. My interest began after I attended a lecture on bioethics …

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